Eugene counsels companies in all stages of their development from start-up through acquisition. He values his role as a trusted advisor and seeks to provide practical legal advice to all of his clients, taking into consideration their business and other objectives.
Over his years of practice, Eugene has gained significant transactional experience in all aspects of mergers and acquisitions, sales and divestitures, joint venture arrangements, commercial loan transactions, and private offerings. He also advises start-ups and entrepreneurs on entity formation matters, founder issues, and business planning and strategy. Eugene frequently serves as outside general counsel to businesses in a wide variety of industries, including telecommunications, manufacturing, software, transportation, health care, and technology.
Prior to joining Verrill, Eugene practiced for many years in the Corporate Department at a midsize firm in Boston, where he represented some of New England's most dynamic privately held, middle-market companies.
Outside the office, Eugene is an active member of the community. He is the immediate past president of the Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Asian Community Development Corporation, which is the leading regional developer and preserver of affordable housing in areas of Greater Boston with high concentrations of Asian Americans.
- American University Washington College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude)
- Amherst College (B.A.)
- Asian Community Development Corporation, Board of Directors, Chair of the Finance Committee
- Washington, D.C.
- Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts, Immediate Past President, Board of Directors
- Boston Bar Association, Co-chair, Recently Elected Partners Forum
- Recognized in the Lawyers of Color's Inaugural "Hot List" in 2013
- Selected by peers for inclusion in New England Super Lawyers© under Mergers & Acquisitions
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